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Healthcare spending grew 5.8% to $3.2 trillion in 2015 and was driven by expanding insurance coverage rather than increasing cost of care.
The Lack of EpiPen Competitors is the FDA's Fault
After Medical Marijuana Legalized, Medicare Prescriptions Drop For Many Drugs
Low and Middle Class Americans Receive Less Healthcare Relative to Their More Affluent Counterparts
In America, your doctor does not know what is not covered. Do not rely on doctors for medical billing questions.
John Oliver Just Forgave $15 Million in Medical Debt and Exposed the Debt Buyers Industry
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What should happen when doctors and nurses make fatal mistakes?
Billionaire doctor and Lakers owner Patrick Soon-Shiong wants to install a genome-analyzing supercomputer at a children’s hospital.
The Big Problem With High Health Care Deductibles
Theranos' biggest mistake was its decision to offer its tests directly to consumers.
Blood pressure drugs for mild hypertension: Not proven to prevent heart attacks, strokes, or early death
Debate Sharpens Over Single-Payer Health Care, But What Is It Exactly?
Hospital Gear Could Save Your Life Or Hack Your Identity
Why Consumers Often Err in Choosing Health Plans
Health care costs for dementia found greater than for any other disease.
Theranos Trouble: A First Person Account
How Oklahoma Declared War on Obesity—and What's Happened Since
Health savings accounts gain acceptance as retirement tool
Here’s What Happens When People Don’t Understand Their Doctor
Basic Income: Just What the Doctor Ordered, by the Toronto Star
Artificial Intelligence Could Shorten a Doctor's Visit to 90 Seconds?
95% of doctors say they believe working while sick could cause harm, but 83% say they do it anyway.
All you need to know about the American Health Care System: Without it, we wouldn't have Breaking Bad.
Nurse Confessions: Don’t Get Sick in July
America’s Epidemic of Unnecessary Care
Personalized medicine: Time for one-person trials
Doctors Tell All -- and It's Bad
When ‘Moneyball’ Meets Medicine
Why do people still die of rabies?
NIH launches big data portal for Alzheimer’s research
How doctors choose to die
America’s hospitals: Our system lets big hospitals charge exorbitant prices. It’s time for change.
Disparity in medical billing - The Washington Post
Obamacare FAQ: Everything you need to know about why conservatives want to repeal the ACA
D-Mannose: Never take antibiotics for a UTI again
New Medical Device Illuminates Veins to Aid in Blood Donation
calling all engineers: uncle sam needs you
Doctors Tell All—and It’s Bad - Meghan O'Rourke - The Atlantic
One Simple Idea Could Reduce Waste in American Medicine
The Strange and Radical New World of 3-D Printed Body Parts
Antibiotics Prescribed For Children Twice As Often As Needed -- More Than 11 Million Potentially Useless Prescriptions Last Year
Americans Don't Like Visiting the Doctor infographic
High-tech startup Collective Health challenges insurance industry
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is Out for Blood
Is Your Television The Future of Healthcare Innovation? - Forbes
Think American healthcare is the best in the world? Think again.
Data & Healthcare. Humans are not good when 500 variables affect a disease. We can handle three to five to seven, maybe.
Envisioning the End of Employer-Provided Health Plans
The States With the Worst Healthcare Systems
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